Ciceros Brutus, Cicero
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Cicero's Brutus

Author: Cicero

Narrator: George Easton

Unabridged: 7 hr 26 min

Format: Digital Audiobook Download

Published: 05/19/2023


"Cicero's Brutus" is a captivating historical dialogue penned by the renowned Roman philosopher and statesman, Marcus Tullius Cicero. Set during the twilight years of the Roman Republic, the narrative revolves around a profound conversation between Cicero and his intellectual companions, Brutus and Atticus, as they reflect upon the illustrious lives and achievements of Rome's most eminent orators. Through a series of stimulating discussions, Cicero embarks on a compelling exploration of rhetoric, eloquence, and the art of public speaking. With the intent to pay homage to the great orators of the past, Cicero delves into the lives and oratorical prowess of renowned figures such as Crassus, Sulpicius, and Antonius, meticulously dissecting their rhetorical styles, memorable speeches, and the impact they had on Roman society. Read in English, unabridged.